07.26.18

Client Spotlight: Mountain America Credit Union Selects Docutech to Streamline New Account Onboarding and Consumer Lending

Recently, we announced that Mountain America Credit Union selected Docutech’s document and eSign technologies to create an even better experience for its members and help them achieve their financial dreams. Specifically, Mountain America Credit Union chose Docutech’s ConformX dynamic document generation engine, Solex eSign and eClose, and print fulfillment services to streamline their new account onboarding, and consumer, home equity and short-term mortgage refinance lending processes.

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07.12.18

Industry Spotlight: Simplifile

Docutech’s integrations with leading technology providers in the mortgage and consumer lending industry are key to helping us deliver end-to-end solutions that enable lenders to streamline loan origination, reduce costs, and optimize the experience for the borrower.

In our monthly Industry Spotlight blog series, we highlight key relationships that help us to move the industry forward by delivering the most streamlined, accurate, compliant and innovative document experience possible.

This month, we sat down with Simplifile, which helps lenders save time and money while reducing errors by working with settlement agents electronically from pre- to post-closing. Simplifile is working with Docutech to help close the gaps in the electronic mortgage process with its digitally-based settlement service.

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06.28.18

Industry Spotlight: LendingQB

Our strong partnerships with the financial industry’s leading innovators are critical to helping us offer end-to-end solutions that meet lenders’ origination needs. In our new monthly Partner Spotlight series, we’ll shine a light on the relationships that help us deliver the most accurate, compliant and innovative document solutions available.

This month, we sat down with Linn Cook, Director of Sales and Marketing for LendingQB, one of the fastest growing and forward-thinking loan origination software (LOS) providers in the marketplace. Linn shared how LendingQB, with its 100% web-based LOS platform, is working with Docutech to support lenders through the entire loan process from application to post-closing.

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06.08.18

Three Benefits of the Digital Mortgage Movement for Credit Unions

It seems that most of the attention around digital mortgages has revolved around how non-bank lenders and fintech companies are using innovations to steal marketshare away from more traditional lenders. However, adopting digital mortgage practices can have such a positive impact on member satisfaction that credit unions should more closely examine how they can leverage the innovations to their advantage. This is important because closing on a mortgage is still perceived as a stressful, cumbersome, expensive and lengthy process by many borrowers.

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04.27.18

Mortgage Industry Revving Up Digital Mortgage Innovation in the Motor City

Motor City revved up a different type of engine last week as lenders and vendors roared into Detroit to debate, explore, and test out the latest innovations driving the mortgage industry at the 2018 Mortgage Bankers Association’s Technology Solutions Conference and Expo. Across the many sessions and meetings, three major themes dominated the show: customer experience, digital mortgage, and data security

 

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04.19.18

Unravel the Jargon: What is a True “End-to-End” Loan Document Platform?

Any lender seeking a new technology partner has to wade through a river of nearly useless buzzwords. The cloud. AI. eMortgage. Blockchain. End-to-End.

They all have strong business cases, but too many companies just throw the words out there hoping to get their voice heard amongst companies seeking the newest offerings. Without substance, though, these bits of jargon mean nothing.

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01.05.18

How Fintech is Driving the Evolution of the Mortgage Industry

Historically, financial services organizations tend to invest in new technologies at a more conservative rate than firms in other industries. There are good reasons for that, because mortgage banking, like all financial services, has risk mitigation at its core. Adopting every new technology that comes down the pike is not a good way to manage risk in the enterprise. Depending on the size, infrastructure and resources of a particular lender, the decision to adopt new technology solutions can vary and impact the overall perception of financial services industry technology advancement.

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